Pak-China Project of the CPEC Infuriates the US-led Powers

By Sajjad Shaukat When during the Musharraf regime, with the Chinese assistance, Pakistan initiated the construction of Gwadar deep-seaport in the Balochistan province in March 2002; sirens went off in the capitals of foreign countries, especially the US, India and Israel who took it as a threat to their global and regional plans. Balochistan’s ideal strategic location, its abundant mineral resources like g ...

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Coup de Grace of the Old System in Saudi Arabia

By General Mirza Aslam BegFormer COAS, Pakistan Army While the courts of justice were functioning in Saudi Arabia, the crackdown in the name of corruption, in the absence of judicial process is nothing but a Coup de Grace, establishing full control of Crown Prince Mohammed over the three security services – the Military, National Guard, Internal Security and the Powerful Wahabi clerics. Thus the Crown Princ ...

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Economic dynamics will determine the next super power

By Yasmeen Aftab Ali Why it is in West’s interest to scuttle BR The stakes are high. Who will be the next world leader for coming decades? With Chinese policy becoming more assertive, the US is deeply concerned about an economic surge by China, leading to it becoming a world leader. The time is now. This article explores the bigger picture of which CPEC and Gwadar form a part. In 2013 China launched the Bel ...

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Arab World: Rescuing People from Insanity of Wars to Future-building

By Mahboob A. Khawaja, PhD Arab Masses Victims of the Modern Warfare Truth is One, not many. The Western leaders propelled by the ambiguous animosity of ‘the clash of civilizations’ are using sectarian violence as the engine of sophisticated warfare to destroy the Arab Middle East. Syria is destroyed, Iraq dismantled, Libya gone, Yemen ruptured and according to Robert Fisk, House of Saud comes next. The wel ...

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Refocus on Jammu Martyrs Day

By Sajjad Shaukat This time Jammu Martyrs Day has come at time when the people of Kashmir have accelerated their legitimate struggle in the aftermath of the martyrdom of the young Kashmir leader Burhan Wani by the Indian security forces in the Indian Occupied Kashmir (IOK) in wake of continued sieges, prolonged curfews, arrests and detentions of the Kashmiri leaders. Since July 8, 2016, Indian forces have m ...

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Report: New York Terror Attack, Israel Wants Nuclear War or Clash of Civilizations

By Sajjad Shaukat At least eight people were killed and 11 injured on Tuesday (October 31, 2017) when the driver of a pickup truck hit people on a cycle path in Lower Manhattan, New York City near the World Trade Centre. The vehicle then hit a school bus, injuring two adults and two children on board. According to the US media reports, “It was a terror attack…Sayfullo Habibullaevic Saipov, a 29-year-old man ...

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Trade between Pakistan and Afghanistan on the rocks

By  Yasmeen Aftab Ali Afghanistan and Pakistan are going through extended periods of distrust owing to security situation on the border where Islamabad has been blamed for creating safe havens for various militant groups. This along with the withdrawal of NATO forces and diverting of Afghan trade to Iran has resulted in decline of trade between Pakistan and Afghanistan. Repeated closure of Pak-Afghan border ...

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Intensive Economic Crisis Threatens India’s Federal Union

By Sajjad Shaukat One of the important causes of the disintegration of the former Soviet Union was that its greater defence expenditure exceeded to the maximum, resulting into economic crisis inside the country. In this regard, about a prolonged war in Afghanistan, the former President Gorbachev had declared it as the “bleeding wound.” However, militarization of the Soviet Union failed in controlling the mo ...

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